She came to clean, stayed to dance: OnlyFans star slammed for 'unprofessional video' while working

Kyla Hutton clarifies how she had been wronged by Jess Eva as the OnlyFans star and house cleaner was never paid for her work and even blocked

She came to clean, stayed to dance: OnlyFans star slammed for 'unprofessional video' while working
Jess Eva (L) on her video with 'A Current Affair' hitting out against Kyla Hutton (R) and now Hutton has now spoken out as well (YouTube/A Current Affair, Facebook/Kyla Hutton)
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SUNSHINE COAST, QUEENSLAND: Two weeks after reality TV star Jess Eva spoke out about a cleaner-cum-OnlyFans content creator’s unprofessional behavior while she had allowed her to come in and clean up her house, the cleaner has hit back! Kyla Hutton, who was hired to clean Eva’s Sunshine Coast house, has spoken out on the fact that not only did Eva lie about her, but also did not pay her for her work and blocked her instead!

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The Daily Mail reports that Hutton opened up on how she was hired for a quick clean of the house but was shocked at the state of the property, which required more than just a quick sweep. She had been sending pictures of the property to ‘The Block’ star Eva. She then had accidentally sent another dancing video of herself as well — which she claims was not taken in Eva’s home. Days later, Eva confronted Hutton on camera about using her home while creating 'sexy dance' videos and dirtying her house further. Now, Hutton has responded with her own claims.

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Hutton said, “ To everyone who saw me on the news This is what actually happened. First off, I would like to openly say, I will admit the video I took was unprofessional. I want to formally apologise for taking the video and the drama it has caused. It was never my intention for it to go this far. I want to make it clear that the TikToks and so-called ‘explicit videos’ were never taken in this house. I’ll admit that I took a 20-second Snapchat video of me lip syncing a song during the 10-minute break I took during the clean.”

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“The video was never intended to be sent to anyone else but my one of my best friends. I accidentally sent Jess the video while I was sending her photos of the decrepit state of the property. Jess was ‘shocked’ as I was to see what state her property was in. I was only supposed to be doing a quick builders clean that ended up needing a full bond clean and much more,” she added.

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The OnlyFans star further goes on to state that, “After a few hours of cleaning and me accidentally sending the video Jess said her brother was on the way to pick up the keys from ‘the letterbox’ she instructed me earlier that day to ‘leave the keys in the letterbox’, that it ‘would be safe’ she assured me, but it wasn’t. Jess sent me three separate Facebook messages during the clean saying that ‘if it’s too much then just walk away from the job. It’s okay, I don’t mind and completely understand. If you need anything let me know.’"

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To this she replied, "I still wanted to help her and complete the job, but for me to do that I would need more time and an extra $200, but she insisted to pay me $300 on top of what she had already paid me, ‘for all the hard work’. But never did. Minutes later Jess blocked my number. Moments later I was interrupted by the police. They came to the property and asked me if I was taking any videos in the property and if I had the keys? I replied no."

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Explaining the situation, she noted "They went through all of my cleaning equipment and they did not find a set of keys in my possession. I left them in the mailbox as instructed by Jess. That day there were at least six other people that Jess told where the keys were, they had all accessed the property that day including Jess' family, tenants and tradesmen. This shows the keys could have been taken by anyone."

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"The police instructed us to collect our belongings and leave the property immediately after they had finished questioning us. At no point could I have been in or stayed in the property overnight. I tried to contact Jess after the police had left and couldn’t get through to her as she had blocked me on Facebook and I didn’t have a phone number to reach her on. I assumed that she no longer wanted / needed my services anymore,” she added mentioning the hustle she went through.

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Then Hutton also said that she felt “personally attacked” by Jess Eva and by “A Current Affairs and the horrible people online.” She went on to point out that her livelihood has been affected and that she hopes her speaking out will restore her professional image.

“Despite the hurdles of life that I have had to face, I have still managed to work two cleaning jobs at the same time trying to provide for myself and my family at such a young age. To try and build a business on the side was extremely challenging but I’ve persevered to build something of my own that I can be proud of,” Hutton said hinting that she had been strong all this while and will continue to be.

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